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The pandemic has given people the opportunity to really think about their jobs and what is most important to them, contributing to the current “great resignation”. Retaining employees is now at the top of the list of concerns for many business owners and managers. How are the most successful companies retaining employees?
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If you haven’t experienced it in your own company, perhaps you’ve heard news reports about the Great Resignation. Employees are leaving their jobs in droves; some for competitive companies and some for entirely new industries. How can we keep our top talent?
It’s that time of year: the dreaded yearly performance review. When managers struggle to think of things to talk about with the team members that report to them…and team members need to come up with things to justify a bonus or pay increase. There is a better way!
Losing your best employees?
If you learned your best employees had one foot out the door, what would you do? Would you try to save them or assume it was simply too late? The reality – once you learn of an employee’s dissatisfaction, it’s already too late. Something is missing. Even the highly motivated, most positive, and largest contributors, will suffer in silence and look elsewhere for career satisfaction.
There are many documented benefits to a highly engaged workforce including increased productivity, a more positive company culture, and perhaps most importantly: lower turnover. In this era when more people are exiting the workforce than ever, the competition for capable and dedicated employees is fierce.
It’s no secret that 2020 and 2021 have provided a lot of disruption. As everyone
As many companies are still postponing events and group travel due to the pandemic, gift-giving remains an important way in which companies thank, reward, and recognize their employees and customers.
Olympic athletes that are citing burnout and mental health as the reason they’re dropping out of competitive events have been in the news. Athletes are not the only ones that experience burnout and mental health challenges; they exist in the workplace as well. Once an employee has lost motivation, it’s very hard to get it back. What are the signs of employee burnout and how can managers avoid burnout before it’s too late?